With the big movie premiers in July, The Dark Knight Rises and Amazing Spider-Man game both climbed to the top of our listings, and they both offer some top notch graphics and excellent gaming experience for both Android and iOS.
Some awesome new puzzlers arrived - Amazing Alex is a game by Rovio, the makers of Angry Birds, and that alone should capture your attention. We also have the brand new Where’s My Perry, building up on Disney’s hit game Where’s My Water.
But the biggest news for Android owners was definitely the arrival of Asphalt 7: Heat on the platform. For just a buck, it’s probably the best racing game on Android. The rest was mostly iOS - tons of new launches as we already said - so check them out below, and don’t forget to let us know about your favorites in the comments section!
Best new iPhone, iPad and Android games for July 2012
1. The Dark Knight Rises - Android, iOS - $6.99
The Dark Knight Rises is a brand new action and adventure game by Gameloft based on the eponymous movie. The ending of the Batman series comes with the hero reaching out for the costume after 8 long years when it only gathered dust. You’ll be meeting all of the enemies in the final chapter and protect Gotham City from Bane. The $6.99 price is high, but if you’re a fan of Batman you’d find it worth it.
The Dark Knight Rises for iPhone, iPad
The Dark Knight Rises for Android
2. The Amazing Spider-Man - Android, iOS - $6.99
The action game about Spider Man here is inspired by a game launched more than 11 years ago, and with the amazing graphics available today, you’d be more than happy to roam around Manhattan throwing spider webs on building and hanging on them. You can go on and complete missions or just roam around the city, plenty of enjoyment in both.
The Amazing Spider-Man for iPhone, iPad
The Amazing Spider-Man for Android
3. Flick Champions World Edition - iOS - $0.99
Hey, we have the Summer Olympics after all in London and this is probably the best game to pump up your spirits and get you in the mood for sports - Flick Champions World Edition. The game features tons of different sports and is beautifully animated. As a plus, it only costs a buck.
Flick Champions World Edition for iPhone, iPad
4. Amazing Alex - Android, iOS - $0.99
Amazing Alex is another physics game by Rovio, and while it might not turn out to be as popular as Angry Birds, it’s hugely addictive and fun. It also costs merely a dollar for 100 levels, but you can try out the game with 16 levels for free.
Amazing Alex for iPhone
Amazing Alex for Android
5. Where’s My Perry - iOS, Android - $0.99
Where’s My Perry is a sequel to Where’s My Water with similar water-based physics, but here you use water in all of its forms - liquid, ice and steam. The game is fun and as addictive as the original Disney game, and for a buck that’s quite a deal. The storyline goes through the fun platypus Perry from Phineas and Ferb who’s on a mission to do no less but save the world. 80 puzzles in 4 chapters and with promised updates definitely fulfil the $1 value.
Where’s My Perry for iPhone, iPad
Where’s My Perry for Android
6. Asphalt 7: Heat - Android - $0.99
Asphalt needs no introduction - it’s simply one of the best racing games available. And now its seventh interation has finally arrived on Android, weeks after the iOS launch.
Asphalt 7: Heat for Android
7. Tiny Wings 2 - iOS - $0.99
Tiny Wings 2 puts you in the role of a cute little bird with very, very tiny wings. It can’t really fly much and that’s why it bounces off of hills in an almost endless adventure and collects stars along the way. This here Tiny Wings sequel feels more like an update than a brand new game, so don’t expect anything wildly different - just more of the good old Tiny Wings fun.
Tiny Wings 2 for iPhone, iPad
8. 10000000 - iOS - $1.99
Ten million (that’s how many zeros are in there!) is a game with a terrible name, but the retro graphics and old school music would definitely get you hooked up. You have to score 10,000,000 points, collect loot and most importantly kill enemies along the way. It really sucks you in, check it out below.
10000000 for iPhone, iPad
9. Walking Dead - iOS - $4.99
A five-part game series, The Walking Dead, takes place in the universe of Robert Kirkman’s Deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes. It’s an adventure game travelling through some gloomy psychological places, bringing you the troubling picture showing that the undead aren’t the only thing to worry about in a society that’s falling apart.
Walking Dead for iPhone, iPad
10. Tentacle Wars - iOS - $0.99
Tentacle Wars is a brilliant physics game with a unique atmosphere and immersive ambient music.
Tentacle Wars for iPhone, iPad
11. Shellrazer - iOS - $1.29
“RIDE YOUR GIANT WAR TURTLE TO VICTORY OVER THE NASTY GOBLINS!!” A game with such a fun title for $1.29 is exactly what you’d thought - pure enjoyment and a chill gameplay. Battling over mountains, swamps, torrid deserts and lush beaches, you’d find armor, ammunition and super-powers turtle food.
Shellrazer for iPhone, iPad
12. SongPop - Android - Free
SongPop for Android is a must-have for music lovers. It’s basically a trivia game that plays part of a song and asks you to guess the melody, artists and so on. It’s also a challenge and it’s absolutely free on Android.
SongPop for Android
13. iSniper 3D Arctic Warfare - iOS - $0.99
In this game you are Glous Miller, a very talented sniper who is facing a choice - rot in prison for his deeds or team up with a hot babe and save the world? Well, there goes the depth of a story, but iSniper is more about the action than telling tales.
iSniper 3D Arctic Warfare